Location: London, UK (with hybrid working) | full time | 3-month contract (June – October (depending on when applicant can start))
MindGym uses the latest behavioural science to transform the performance of companies and the lives of people who work in them. Most FTSE100/S&P100 companies are clients and over 2 million professionals in 60 countries have taken part in a live MindGym experience, whilst many more have connected digitally.
We’re growing rapidly and have a bold vision to redefine how companies and individuals flourish, and so disrupt the market for behavioural change.
If you’re determined to make a difference, voraciously curious and brimming with entrepreneurial spirit, we’d like to hear from you.
Are you interested in developing a career in behavioural science within a high-growth organisation that harnesses the power of psychology? Are you a recent graduate in psychology or a related discipline within applied people sciences?
We can offer you a 3-month internship within our Solutions Team, where you will work on creating our portfolio of products that we deliver to FTSE 100 companies (think Google, M&S, Tesco, EE). MindGym will provide you with comprehensive training, a competitive salary and the chance to put your academic insight into action.
The Solutions Team is the “Mind” of MindGym. We are responsible for creating, defining, and improving MindGym’s suite of products that help change the way people think, feel, and behave.
Everything we do is science-based, so if we can’t back up what we’re doing with research, we won’t be doing it. Our engaging, human-centred experiences are built with the participant in mind, whether in the boardroom or on the factory floor.
What you’ll be doing:
- Support in continuously improving our portfolio of face-to-face, virtual and digital products
- Help develop new and customised products and solutions to solve our clients’ challenges
- Assist in developing innovative approaches to behaviour change, and up-to-date points of view on current issues for businesses and individuals.
- Provide support to the team on a range of internal and external projects
- Working towards a degree in psychology or a related discipline within applied people sciences (i.e. behavioural science, organisational psychology, sociology, anthropology, behavioural economics, ergonomics)
- A passion and curiosity for understanding how people think, feel and behave
- An articulate and influential relationship builder who’s keen to explore ways in which behavioural science can help people get the best out of themselves and out of others
- Experience of working with a team in a related environment such as research, designing training, or implementing interventions that change behaviour (this would be good to have but not essential to be shortlisted for the position)
If this role sounds like something you’d be great at, we’d love to hear from you.
We are planning to start the application process in May 2023 and we will be in touch with you closer to the time.